Wei Ji the Learner wrote:
Reminds me of a 5e game I once ran. If everyone showed up, we had seven players. They weren't an adventuring party, they were an armed mob.
Mark Seifter wrote:
Bah, here's his true weakness - *brandishes a copy of The C Programming Language
Sara Marie wrote:
I ordered a second copy via the Humble Bundle (eternal GM) and I'm not seeing the order on my account.
This one came up a while ago, but I'm just now getting around to posting it.
Telekinetic projectile can throw any item of Bulk 1 or less. Bombs are bulk L items. So can you use Telekinetic Projectile as a magical grenade launcher? I see this going one of three ways
a) You do the bomb damage but not the damage from telekinetic projectile.
b) You do the damage from telekinetic projectile, but not the damage from the bomb
c) You do the damage from the bomb *and* the damage from telekinetic projectile.
Personally, I'm in favor of a. That gives them some benefit from combining the two without the player feeling they're wasting the bomb. C feels just a touch overpowered.
Still disappointed about losing Alahazra but this character's pretty neat. Love the descriptions of Gozreh and the elemental lords, and the whole "drowning and returning as a prophet" bit reminds me of a more functional Aeron Damphair. Plus I'm just always a sucker for storm-themed characters.
I always thought her outfit looked kind of ridiculous. The headpiece looked odd as part of an adventurer's outfit. And the rest of it was barely there!
But I am totally digging Korokai. Bird is the word.
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Does anyone have any idea what the bulk rating of a dead kobold is? Or how far you could throw it?
This came up in play tonight and I let it go with a Strength check and treating it as a thrown weapon, but I'm curious what the hive mind has to say.
The situation: The party was fighting some kobolds, including some kobold warriors and a kobold dragon sorcerer. Our cleric, a cloistered cleric who thinks he's a warpriest, charged a kobold and failed to kill it. The champion ran to his rescue and finished it off. On his next turn, the cleric picked up the kobold and wanted to throw it at the kobold sorcerer. He missed.
I play with crazy people. And I wouldn't have it any other way.
Sara Marie wrote:
Character Specific Questions:
I'm curious about the answers to these myself, especially the dagger.